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January 12, 2006



Yaaayyy, Boruk! You Borukaholics might also check out this page of the 365 Days site, when I posted a Boruk track from this album and also included a couple more pictures from the album and a book of Boruk's poems that I bought.


This album is from 1969? But in the second song, "Ring Cycle," there's this passage: "Look up in the sky this starry night: Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, the Big Bopper, James Dean, Otis Redding, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Che, Allende, Jim Croce..." An interesting set of constellations for 1969. Half of these folks were still alive, and I don't think Croce even had a record contract in 1969. Is this a 'bonus track' added to later pressings, or [cue theremin] is there some other explaination..?

Station Manager Ken

Right you are, I dont know how I got it in my head that this was from 1969. I checked the LP and there is no year on it.



Boruk is timeless, that's the only explanation. "What's it to YOU?"


I've been waiting for this post! Thanks. One question - is track 17 missing?


well, i do love Boruk, thanks. Do you happen to know Bill Berger's email?? Please tell him to email skinny vinny in Paris

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fatty jubbo

"tinfoil Lad" has the exact same synth sound intro as Arrigo Barnabe's "Clara Crocodillo"

fatty jubbo

ah...I just located the source of the sound: Stockhausen's Gesang der Juenglinge. Unless this was a very popular preset sort of thing...

Mr Hanaga

Strange and interesting.... but where is track 17? /Mr Hanaga


Can you post the cover as well ?


Boruk went to college with my Dad, and stayed in our basement for a while back in 1982. He was very excited about Blackhole Boogie at that point, so I'm guessing it was from the late 70s...

Joel (organizing the marmalade jars since 1982)

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